Submitted by Mariye 608d ago | review

The Shivah Review: A Rabbi Walks Into a Bar… | GamerTell

From the review, "Semantics aside, Gilbert’s point-and-click interactive experience about a “radical rabbi” has gained quite the cult following thanks in part to Let’s Players and indie game news outlets, and while I certainly see the appeal of The Shivah, I can’t help but feel that much of its praise is unwarranted." (iPad, iPhone, PC, The Shivah: Kosher Edition) C/A+

Vednor  +   608d ago
Really poor game by Wadjet Eye.
TGR  +   607d ago
I would give this game a solid 8/10. It's a short, dark, and somewhat educational experience. Well worth the price if you are a fan of point 'n clicks, with a gritty tone.

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